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Scarsdale Welcomes a New Sleek, Professional Soundstage

Azure Stages will serve as a high-end soundstage for feature films, commercials, special effects, and more

Westchester Takes Another Step Toward Becoming a World-Class Biotech Hub

At a Westchester County Association breakfast yesterday, County Executive George Latimer signed a 99-year lease of the North 60 project, which will ultimately bring to the county some 3 million sq. ft. of new space for biotech and medical use.

Beacon Adhesives Sticks to Business in Mount Vernon for 4 Generations

Since its founding in 1926, Beacon Adhesives has used quality ingredients, adaptive business strategies, and old-fashioned hard work to maintain a competitive edge.

This Local Business Figured Out How to Capture a Shifting Consumer Audience

Valhalla-based Wine Enthusiast Magazine expands it reach — and keeps up with its Millenial consumers — with a new episodic show, launching this month on Amazon Prime Video.

White Plains Plaza Leasing Activity Going Strong

The much-anticipated $30 million revitalization project is almost complete, and real estate advisory firm Newmark Knight Frank has leased a total of 79,301 square feet in two downtown structures.
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Corner Office

Positioning Danone to Be the First Big “Good” Food Company

Danone North America has undergone significant change in the past 18 months, but Mariano Lozano is laser-focused on the company’s commitment to sustainable food.
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Power Points

A Mompreneur Is Starting a Bottle-Feeding Revolution

Priska Diaz launches Bittylab from her Westchester home and is poised to jumpstart a new wave in bottle-feeding.

This Adult-Education Program Offers One-Day Lectures From Popular US Academics

One Day University partners with high-profile periodicals in establishing a viable business model that educates adults around the US.

This Iona Alumnus Laid Down the School’s Biggest Donation Ever

Iona renames its business school after alumnus Robert V. LaPenta gave the school its largest grant ever.

Saw Mill Club Is Serving up a Creative Way to Support Local Business

The program supports local commerce through exclusive partnerships with area merchants.

Q&A: Westchester's First African-American Deputy County Executive Wraps up First Year

Armed with a quarter-century of experience in local politics, Ken Jenkins says he’s ready for what comes next.
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Meet Westchester's Top Women in Business

19 executives, entrepreneurs, government, and nonprofit leaders you should know.

Where in Westchester to Host a Power Breakfast

Local professionals sound off on why the early-morning meet-up still holds sway in Westchester.

Here's How to Network like a Pro

Westchester’s business networking scene is vibrant and fruitful — if you know where to go, what to do, and who to look for.

How to Stay in Business

Starting and sustaining a small business in Westchester is a monumental task. Yet some merchants thrive for decades — or even more than a century. Here’s how.
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The Business Of:

The Power of PR

In today’s fast-paced, overcrowded media landscape, communications firms are more crucial than ever in helping businesses get their message to the masses.
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The Top New Tech Tools for Those Who Matter

Presenting the latest and greatest in high-tech gizmos, gear, and gadgetry.

How to Build a Media Room (for Dummies)

Hoping to turn an unused space into your own private movie theater? Chuck Woodworth, of Valhalla’s AV Design Integration, tells us how.

Sip the County's Best Bubbly Brews

Sparkling cocktails are having a major moment. Below, we round up some of the top contenders in the county.

The Corporate Holiday Gift Guide

Searching for that big-ticket item for the boss or perhaps something small and chic for a client or colleague?
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Success Story

Why a NYC Fur Designer Moved Her Company From Manhattan to Westchester

A move from the Garment District to Port Chester helped revive fashion company Linda Richards.
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Westchester Nonprofits Are Joining Forces

Increasingly, nonprofits are teaming up to maximize efficiency in service to their missions.
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Check out the 2018 Faces of Westchester Business!

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